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[Listen][Download] Frankenstein Audiobook – By Mary Shelley

[Listen][Download] Frankenstein Audiobook – By Mary Shelley
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Frankenstein Audiobook is a classic literature book. It is based on the Gothic genre and was written by English novelist and book writer; Mary Shelley. The book has had several editions published till present date. Frankenstein is a book that was authored by English novelist and book writer Mary Shelly.

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Frankenstein Audiobook – Novel Review And Details:

The book is based on a horror and gothic storyline revolving around a young girl set in the 18th century. A number of editions for the book have been published so far till present date. However, the very first edition i.e. the original book cover was published in 1818 by the Lackington, Hughes, Harding, Mavor and Jones Publishers. The book is based on gothic, horror and fictional themes.

Critical Acclaim:

Frankenstein Audiobook ranks amongst its category of books as the best gothic themed classic novel to ever have been published. The book is a celebrated novel of English language. It is immensely popular amongst the audiences.

Film Adaptations:

There are a number of films that have been adapted of the novel in all the following years. In 1910, the first-ever movie adaptation for Frankenstein was released. The second movie came in 1915. From 1910 to 2016 more than 24 movies have released based on the Frankenstein storyline and book. The latest upcoming movie based on the gothic theme is titled ‘Bride of Frankenstein’ and is going to release in 2019.

About Author (Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly):

The author of the novel is Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly. She was born in the United States in 1797 and was viewed as one of the few brave female writers of her era when writing was not such a common thing to do. She has famously penned the very popular novel ‘Frankenstein’ the remains to be one of the most popular gothic novel and film adaptations till date.

Frankenstein Audiobook

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